There’s no better time than back-to-school season for parents to talk to their children about the health hazards of cigarettes and other tobacco products, as well as the importance of avoiding tobacco use. More than 80% of adult smokers begin smoking before 18 years of age and adolescent smokeless tobacco users are more likely than nonusers to become adult cigarette smokers. This FDA “widget” is a fun, interactive tobacco prevention resource to get the conversation going. Featuring articles, blog posts, and interactive tools, as well as a link to share, comment, and vote on ideas, it encourages open, informed, and entertaining communication for families. Talking tips include: Sharing facts; talking early and often; using everyday opportunities to talk and listen; being honest, direct, and open; making it a two-way conversation; setting a good example; setting clear rules; and helping youth to learn to say “no.” Follow FDA Tobacco on Twitter @FDAtobacco and use hashtag #Time2Talk.